Welcome to the Maryland Space Grant Consortium's website!
The MDSGC is Maryland's implementation arm of NASA's National Space Grant College and Fellowship Program. It meets objectives through a wide variety of activities that target higher-education, research, fellowships, scholarships, and informal science education. Learn more about us
- Maryland Space Grant Observatory GO!
- How to Submit a Proposal to the Maryland Space Grant Consortium GO!
- 2014-2015 Online Scholarship Application (deadline: May 15, 2014) Apply Now!
- NASA Internship Applications GO!
- Pictures and Presentations GO!
- Science Mission Directorate - Space Grant Internships for 2014 GO!
Maryland Space Grant Consortium members partnered on a winning proposal for NASA's Innovative Pilot in STEM Education opportunity. Dr. Carl White (Morgan State University) is the Principal Investigator. Co-Investigators include: Dr. Guangming Chen & Myra Curtis (MSU), Dianne Veenstra (Capitol College), Dr. Paige Smith (U. MD College Park), Dr. Anne Spence (U. MD Baltimore County), & Dr. Derrek B. Dunn (U. MD Eastern Shore). The proposal, Maryland Elite Researchers In-Training (MERIT) Program, will increase undergraduate student retention in STEM education at the participating institutions.
Professor Yacob Astatke of Morgan State University has been awarded the national Distinguished Teaching Award from the American Society for Engineering Education for 2013. Cangratulations, Yacob! One of the items cited for his award was his outstanding leadership of the Morgan State contingent of the Maryland Space Grant Consortium's Balloon Payload Program.
MDSGC Balloon Payload Program
Goal: to provide easy access to “near-space” for students who cannot afford a launch vehicle!
Learn more about the MDSGC BPP.
Mid-Atlantic Space Grant Information
Next Meeting: Princeton, New Jersey | 2011 November 2-4